About Us

Who we are:


Our team of lawyers assists condominium and homeowners association boards with corporate governance, assessment recovery, civil litigation counsel, advice on fair housing issues, and covenant enforcement, interpretation and drafting.

What we do:

We practice what is known in our profession as community association law. A community association is a group of real property owners who mutually obligate themselves through reciprocal covenants (recorded promises) on issues related to the use of their properties. The owners are organized through an association which typically has the power to assess funds for its lawful activities and to enforce reasonable covenants. The two common forms of community associations in Wisconsin are condominiums and homeowner associations. There are also a few cooperatives in Wisconsin. Helping an association navigate the issues of fair housing law, covenant interpretation, amendment and enforcement, budgeting, collections and use restrictions; advising on relationships with the developer and builder, with the municipality and with other owners, with local, state and national governments; these are some of the things we do.

Sometimes an issue presents itself which may have legal implications, but deserves a solution before it “gets legal.” This is especially true where a controversy involves fellow members of the Association. That is where good counsel becomes important, i.e., advice that will avoid a controversy rather than have winners and losers. We claim no monopoly on wisdom, but our experience of over 30 years representing Wisconsin condominiums and homeowner associations means we have probably seen fact scenarios similar to yours. We may have ideas on what works, and what doesn’t.

We will, when possible, offer a probable budget for any particular task. We are consumers, too, and we know that bills should not be mysterious or uncontrolled. We do not require monthly “retainer fees” from Associations. We keep your association’s governing documents on file and are ready when you call!

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Where we practice:

Our practice is state-wide and we are proud to represent condominium and homeowner associations from LaCrosse to Milwaukee, from Door County to Kenosha, Racine, Waukesha, Washington, Walworth and Ozaukee counties, in Brookfield, Pewaukee, Lake Country, Madison and Dane and in Central Wisconsin. We love this state, and would like to visit you!

Our Attorneys and Staff

Adam S. Bazelon

Adam-S-Bazelon Adam practices community association law with an emphasis in real estate litigation, covenant drafting and interpretation, collections/foreclosure, and fair housing law. He is an active member of the Community Association Institute of Wisconsin and is currently serving as its President.  Adam is a frequent lecturer on...

Contact Information

Telephone: (414) 352-0400

Fax: (877) 421-0684

E-mail: asb@levinebazelon.com

Maureen S. Willkom

Maureen S WillkomAttorney Maureen S. Willkom focuses her practice on transactional and litigation matters related to community association law.  She assists associations with the collection of assessments and lien foreclosure and advises clients on matters such as interpretation and amendment of condominium documents, homeowner disputes,...

Contact Information

Telephone: (414) 352-0400

Fax: (877) 421-0684

E-mail: msw@levinebazelon.com

Michelle M. Huber

Michelle-M-HuberMichelle has been working with the law firm for about ten years. She concentrates in litigation management and running the office. Previously, she was an executive assistant at a company which specialized in scientific instruments, mostly nautical. A native of Embarrass, Wisconsin, Michelle moved to the Milwaukee area after...

Contact Information

Telephone: (414) 352-0400

Fax: (877) 421-0684

E-mail: mmh@levinebazelon.com

Practice Areas


Board & Corporate Governance

The day-to-day operations of a community association can be complex and unpredictable. As a board member...read more


Collection & Finance

Every community association needs effective policies and processes for collecting delinquent assessments. Timely collection of assessments is not only necessary...read more


Litigation to Protect the Community

Levine & Bazelon, S.C. believes in pursuing all avenues of dispute resolution including negotiation, mediation, arbitration and, if necessary, litigation...read more


Senior & Fair Housing

Both state and federal laws prohibit unlawful discrimination by community associations. In addition to claims based on familial status, associations frequently encounter disability accommodation issues...read more